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in a more tar explosion. -- mortar explosion. the pentagon is moving to prevent another tragedy. john alston is in the newsroom with what happened. and john the fallout? >> as the day progressed the pentagon put a stop to all military use of 60 millimeter mortars until an investigation determines they are safe. the moratorium looks at the batch used at the hawthorne depot where a mortar exploded yesterday killing seven marines and injuring seven others. hawthorne, nevada is a military town, and with so many marines killed and injured at once, the vigil is a community affair. >> because of men and women like these dedicated young marines, we live in a land of freedom, peace and justice. may our ceremonies deepen reverence from these comrades. >> they were from camp lejeune. they were at the army depot in the nevada desert training for warfare when a 60 millimeter mortar exploded in a launching tube. >> every loss of life is heartbreaking. whether that occurs in afghanistan, hawthorne, nevada, north carolina or anywhere else. >> this shows how troops launch mortars, although this is not video
another tragedy. john alston is in the newsroom with what happened. and john the fallout? day >> as the day progressed the pentagon put a stop to all military use of 60 millimeter mortars until an investigation they are safe. the moratorium looks at the batch used at the hawthorne depot where a mortar exploded yesterday killing seven marines and injuring seven others. hawthorne, nevada is a military town, and with so many marines killed and injured at once, the vigil is a community affair. >> because of men and women like these dedicated young ce, peace and justice.land of may our ceremonies deepen from these comrades. >> they were from camp lejeune. they were at the army depot in the nevada desert training for warfare when a 60 millimeter mortar exploded in a launching tube. >> every loss of life is heartbreaking. whether that occurs in afghanistan,, hawthorne, nevada, north carolina or anywhere else. >> this shows launch launch mortars, although this is not video from the army base. miss fires can be stuck in the tube. the cause of monday night's explosion is unknown. >> acc
their children's health. ktvu's health and science editor john fowler has more. >> reporter: parents may think they are doing the right thing but doctors say the growing problems of diabetes may be caused by infant diets. >> reporter: he gets only breast milk. but a new study found 40% of babies under 40 months are getting solid food. >> mashing up fruit with rice cereal. >> sometimes you like them to have solid foods because they sleep better. [ laughter ] >> under 4 months we need to make it clear that has been shown to be related to higher risks of asthma. >> diabetes. each baby is unique but the ability to digest develops slowly. they recommend solid food only after six months. but 93% of babies by then are already eating solids, most with doctor approval. >> maybe give them cereal to start out with. >> reporter: he recommended daily cereal but the parents say they will wait. reporting live, health and science editor john fowler ktvu channel 2 news. >>> once it is authenticated a work out could be a new world record. [ music playing ] that is a lot of hula hoops. the listing is for the mos
with the postmaster john about the concerns? >> i did. he says he is optimistic about the future of the postal service and says the business is facing trying times like any other company and they are trying to make responsible decisions in the face of big losses. they have lost 27 percent of mail volume. but look at this video in the last hour. it is postal workers and their supporters taking aim at companies that send a lot of mail, catalogs and advertisements on how to reach more customers. but these workers are concerned about the dismantling of the postal service with closures of the small branches and their plan to cut saturday delivery service. >> we are bringing it to the attention of the public. this is the issue. we would like to keep our services and our building. >> our people do a great job. we have never laid anyone off. we allowed overtime to run out. we have use the things like buyouts for our employees but never laid them off. we very responsible employer and we will continue to do that. >> meanwhile, the postal service is criticize god spending at the forum $2 million over four days h
clements, david ading tonight, and edith st. john and squaun, but any member of the public that would like to speak, you each have three minutes >> randy shaw, i can't tell you how happy i am and honored that i am that the tender loin after a very difficult several decades is able to attract a world class beer operator because on that site historically that block used to be the world class, from really 1907 to 1930 that was the place to be in san francisco and we have had a difficult time particularly since the 1960s, and you know it sends a message when we have something like this open up in the tender loin. i spend every day to try to attract businesses, and we read the stories in the paper, everything is booming and we can't get the office space, they are fighting for every square inch of the street and we are not doing well. we are having problems and working with the mayor's office and we are not getting business because they don't think of doing it and it is out of their wind set and they are so obsessed with the street or the successful areas that we are unable to attract and bars i
california's ban on same-sex marriage prop 8. daniel learned chief justice john roberts has two adopted kids and decided to send him a letter, sharing it on youtube before sending it off. >> when he reads the letter, i want him to please ask. >> next week's supreme court hearing will be emotional. >> well, it's never a good feeling to have your future in somebody else's hands. but we're nervous, you know. but we understand it's on an uncertain outcome, but we're also very hopeful. >> whatever the court decides, they'll get through it together. >>> we'll be watching for updates on the supreme court hearing next week. the city attorney's office will be there fighting for them. reporting live in san francisco, nbc bay area news. >> the lesbian couple in the center of the prop 8 case also spoke out today. crisper ri and sandy spear have been faces for the fight. the two berkley mothers say they're going into tuesday's supreme court hearing confident. more than 130 elected officials have voted overturning prop 8 and 61% of california voters support same-sex marriage. >> beyond the parents getting
found. look how cute and returned to its owner. john? >> you're right archie is back safe and sound. bart says charges are pending against people who had the dog. this is archie spending time with corinne. he is a registered service dog who helps her dweel a plane crash involved in as a little girl. someone swiped archie from her side after she fell asleep on a bart train on wednesday night. today, this morning she got a text pointing to a home near the balboa bart station. police showed up and found archie confirmed it was him and there was a happy reunion at the station. >> it's a mira ke. i am overwhelmed and just so happy. >> so it's been the fact i'm so grateful to everyone to help me get him back. >> thousands of dollars training a comfort dog so it's important she get him back. charges are pending. people in the house were not the same that sent her that text this morning. bart trying to figure out what train she was on. there was a reward up to $3,000. unknown how that will be handled. >> thanks john very much. >> authorities are warning people about door knock burglaries wh
. >>> john kerry met with afghani president hamid karzai during a visit to afghanistan today. kerry's visit was meant to coincide with the hand over of the last u.s. controlled prison to the afghan government. it's the only prison in afghanistan still under u.s. control. after lengthy negotiations, officials reached an agreement to transfer control of the prison. the deal includes assurances that dangerous prisoners will not be released. >>> we're hearing a different side of the sex abuse scandal involving former penn state football coach jerry sandusky, his own. the "today" show spoke to an independent filmmaker who interviewed sandusky in jail. during the taped interview, sandusky commented on the testimony of mikecqueary, one of the prosecution's key witnesses. >> i think there's a lot of things that transpired. i think these investigators, the way they went about business, his story changed a lot. >> this has been a rush to judgment from the very beginning and i know that i'm going to get attacked from everybody because nobody wants the truth. >> filmmaker john zeigler is trying to prov
publisher electronic arts say that it ceo, john riccitiello, will step down at the end of the mob. he says that he was " accountable " for the company's missing operational targets. the aid has named larry probst as executive chairman and while it is searching for a replacement. the video game maker says that its revenue and earnings per share will be at the low end or below its january guidance. >> a 60 year-old girl has been arrested after she crashed a stolen car into a tree in sunnyvale. authority say that around 1:00 a.m. monday, police attempt to stop a vehicle that was driving on el camino riel near sunnyvale saratoga road. however, the car sped off and crashed into a tree a short time later. police determine the car had been reported stolen in the officers apprehended a 60 year-old female driver at the crash scene. two were apprehended a short time later. the fourth passenger still has not been found. >> santa clara county is planning second gun buyback he did this saturday. police offer $100 for each handgun, a shotgun and rifle and $200 for each assault weapon. the buyback is sch
to prevent another tragedy. john alston is in the newsroom with what happened. and john the fallout? >> as the day progressed the pentagon put a stop to all military use of 60 millimeter mortars until an investigation determines they are safe. the moratorium looks at the batch used at the hawthorne depot where a mortar exploded yesterday killing seven marines and injuring seven others. hawthorne, nevada is a military town, and with so many marines killed and injured at once, the vigil is a community affair. >> because of men and women like these dedicated young marines, we live in a land of freedom, peace and justice. may our ceremonies deepen reverence from these comrades. >> they were from camp lejeune. they were at the army depot in the nevada desert training for warfare when a 60 millimeter mortar exploded in a launching tube. >> every loss of life is heartbreaking. whether that occurs in afghanistan, hawthorne, nevada, north carolina or anywhere else. >> this shows how troops launch mortars, although this is not video from the army base. miss fires can be stuck in the tube. the
.com. it is on our weather page. >>> secretary of state john kerry is in baghdad where he had what he called a spirited ii leaders. the discussion centered on iran's continued access to iraqi airspace. the obama administration believes eye ronnie -- irani planes are being flown to be used by uh sad's forces against the rebels. kerry says the behavior raises questions about the reliability as a partner. italy's highest court will consider the fate of amanda knox . they were first convicted and then acquitted of murdering her roommate, meredith kir ofer. customer -- kercher. they argued that she should return to jail. they say it is another form of harassment by the prosecution. >> she wins on monday, case closed, it is over and she can go forward without any further worry. >> kercher's family says there is still unanswered questions and we are searching for the truth. knox has spent the last year working on a memwior and hopes to earn her living as a writer. >> pope francis celebrated his first mass in st. peter's square today. he encouraged people to be humble and young at heart. the square
went around st. peter's square in an open pope mobile. you will remember that back in 1981, john pawl ii fell victim to an assassination attempt -- john paul ii fell victim to an assassination attempt. the vehicle was filled with plexiglass to protect the pope. the pope stopped to kiss some babies and he even got out and went to comfort a sick one. he talked about st. joseph in his homily and st. josephs need to protect the poor, the downtrodden and the fragile. it was a representation of the thing he was talking about. he also had another part of his mess arm for the assembled dignitaries. there were 130 around the world, including 30 heads of state who were here, and a dozen or so heads of government as well as officials from various religions around the world. he said authentic power is service. that must have been one of the message that he wanted to get across because he later tweeted that same line. >> and for all of the change that's happening, there's gonna be a lot of similarities because there's very little chance of any change as far as leaning toward liberal stances, roles
that back in 1981, john pawl ii fell victim to an assassination attempt -- john paul ii fell victim to an assassination attempt. the vehicle was filled with plexiglass to protect the pope. the pope stopped to kiss some babies and he even got out and went to comfort a sick one. he talked about st. joseph in his homily and st. josephs need to protect the poor, the downtrodden and the fragile. it was a representation of the thing he was talking about. he also had another part of his mess arm for the assembled dignitaries. there were 130 around the world, including 30 heads of state who were here, and a dozen or so heads of government as well as officials from various religions around the world. he said authentic power is service. that must have been one of the message that he wanted to get across because he later tweeted that same line. >> and for all of the change that's happening, there's gonna be a lot of similarities because there's very little chance of any change as far as leaning toward liberal stances, roles of women in the church, gay marria
and john pauli i, but he is doing it in his way. >> again, that was anne thompson reporting. and on a day of first, pope francis reached out through social media, sending his first tweet, and i read, quote, dear friends, i thank you from my heart and i ask you to continue to pray for me. >>> it sounds like a scene from a movie. two jail inmates escaping by helicopter. but it happened for real in canada this afternoon. a warden in quebec told police two men, 33 and 36 years of age were outside when a helicopter came buzzing overhead, dropped a rope, they climbed up and they flew off. a frantic search began. the helicopter was found 53 miles away along with a pilot who was taken to the hospital with injuries. three people were arrested soon after in connection with the case, but police are not saying whether the inmates were captured. >>> preparations for president obama's visit to israel and the west bank are under way this weekend. crews in jerusalem have been hanging up american flags, and the police force is beefing up security. the president is due to arrive on wednesday. it's his firs
. the ring was made for pope john, he also created many of the sculptures at st. marys. go to ktuv.com for video. >>> today the city's public health is offering free testing at city college. the last time they saw a spike of tuberculocis was in the 1990. tb is spread through the air from person to person when someone active coughs or sneezes. >> california has the most tuberculocis in the nation. we have more tbcases than the next two, new york and texas, combined. >> it attacks the lungs, chronic cough, night sweats, weight lost. it can be deadly. >>> san jose say an officer shot and killed a dog in golden gate park. the officer was trying to wake up a homeless man yesterday afternoon when the man's dog started to bark. the officer backed off but the dog broke loose and that's when the officeer shot the dog, a pit bull mix. >> it's more wet weather for your first day of spring tomorrow. i'm monitoring that next. >>> san francisco giant's pitcher is suing for $3 million. >>> right after the break,
's office. john alston has more from north first street. >> the brutal stabbing happened in broad day light just after 2:30 in the afternoon in the parking lot next to the togo sandwich shop. matt was eating lunch when he heard a commotion and ran out to help the woman slashed on her neck and arms. >> i held her head up and kept pressure on it. i said, who did this? can you give me a name, any name? and she couldn't really talk. >> he, too, was covered in blood when the paramedics arrived. >> i feel it was horrible for her to have to die that way, and i just hope by me being there maybe it wasn't as bad way to die. >> he walked to north second street where he was doing handiwork and had to convince police he was not the killer. police say the real culprit hopped the fence and ran through this neighborhood where detectives found blood in front of some homes. the detectives came by and circled where the blood stains are. we've been told to stay in our house with our doors and windows locked. we aren't even allowed to come out to our front yard. >> people went door to door to check garages and
the >> john nguyen shared garage space with the victim, who lived with her young son in this apartment on first street and died in the parking lot after being stabbed multiple times by her ex boyfriend with what witnesses described as a butcher knife. this was that same parking lot friday evening as heavily-armed police scoured the neighborhood for the killer, who was seen jumping a fence and escaping on foot. video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news shows squads of police, their guns drawn, going door to door in search of a man later identified as 29-year-old juan ramirez whom they say was stalking sandra cruces gonzales, his former girlfriend. police say gonzales had obtained a restraining order to keep ramirez away but a friend says he rebuffed her efforts to part ways and that friday was not the first time he had made unwelcome visits to her apartment. as friends and neighbors stopped by to pay their respects a family member asked for time before making any public comment. the stabbing occurred across the street from the sheriff's office and a few blocks from police he
. >> from afghanistan, secretary of state john kerry has landed on an unannounced visit. john kerry arrived a few hours ago in the capital after visiting iraq. this is video from the visit. he will meet the afghan president, karzai. >> same-sex marriage honk -- long road to the supreme court reaches the destination of supreme court. there are two cases, one the constitutionality of the banning of the same-sex marriage after the highest court ruled it legal four years after then san francisco mayor ordered the city clerk to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. the high court will hear arguments on the defense of marriage act that defines marriage as being between one man and one woman. the rulings are expected if -- in late june. >> lesbian cousin of chief justice john roberts lives in san francisco and will be sitting in the section reserved for family members and guests of chief justice roberts. "usa today" is told that county woulds knows he is a lesbian and the 48-year-old adds roberts is a good man and she trusted him to go in a "good direction" and says she has in personal know
support of same-sex marriage made him radio active to john kerry's campaign, now, democratic contenders are lining up behind this on that issue. >> pop singer michelle shock launched into a rant against same-sex marriage last night, shocking her audience. here is a quote of one of the things she said about halfway through the show according to the san francisco chronicle two thirds of the audience walked out. today a tavern in novato cancelled her appearance next week. refunds beginning to arrive for cans of cat williams who walked off stage decuring a performance in oakland last fall. >> the controversy over this is far from over. >> laila idollizes cat williams but she says what happened left her sad. >> he was insulting the crowd and making fun of us saying like, oh, we're, i have your money, ha, ha, you can't get it back now. >> this video shows security pulling williams off stage just as he is getting into a skrimish with an audience member. the fan says williams walked on and off several times, each time, throwing out insults but he joked. >> we kept thinking it's a tease everybod
, business owners are calling for help. live at oakland with all the damage, john? >> reporter: you can see what vandals have done. graffiti all over. it's done in acid so it's permanent. 17 street between franklin and oakland buses with shoppers during the day. sometimes at night different visitors come with a different purpose. >> the glue was sprayed into the locks. >> reporter: someone filled door locks and pad locks with glue. >> this is like something that someone would've had to have brought something with them, pre planning it. >> reporter: there has been plenty of vandalism. >> we some on the walls and awning. >> reporter: police said they received no reports after the glue attack. >> there is a lot of security walking around in the day time and they care and do what they can but we need someone at night. >> reporter: this lady owning a store needs more step. >> we need hell's angels, black panthers or whoever can help us keep from closing our doors. >> we've tolerated too much negative behavior. we talk abo
applicants. >> okay, thank you. before we hear from the applicants, i would like to ask john givener from the city attorney's office to speak on seat number 2 and the qualifications for this seat. >> sure. john givener, deputy city attorney. so, the person appointed seat number 2 must be active in a labor organization. all of the -- there is an additional restriction on all three of the seats, which is the appointees to this body cannot be city employees or officers, and cannot be city vendors, contractors or perform work funded by city bonds. so, i understand the applicant for seat number 2 which one of the applicants for seat number 2 on today's agenda is a city employee. so, that person could not be appointed to any of the three seats. >> okay, thank you. >> [inaudible] a clarify question. for the person retiring from local 21 who is vacating seat number 2, that person wasn't a city employee? >> i don't know. i don't know anything about the person who is currently holding seat number 2. but generally city employees -- sorry? generally city employees cannot be appointed to this body. >>
los angeles. this is on the top john huggins on the bottom. they were killed in january of 69 and the party in los angeles continues to grow very rapidly. by the end of 69 you actually have december 8, 1969 you have a mini-war on 41st in central where the panthers are defending their offices and their first swat teams with hundreds of police with military weapons are actually bombing offices and firing not just from rifles but carriers into the building. they hold off the attacks for six hours. this is to give you a slice. these are not panthers or even potential panthers many of these folks. they are rallying. over 10,000 people rallying in many of them are middle-aged. many of them actually have more moderate politics. here are some of the prisoners in the l.a. shootout. this is seattle. fred hampton, a very vibrant leader from chicago is assassinated in his bed. by the local police working with the fbi. and organizations like the urban league and the naacp turn out in force and protests. here is on the top a rally in new york and on the bottom lima ohio. lima ohio and here
? the party had some resilience to it. here you have los angeles. this is on the top front, carter, john hug givens, on the bottom, erica huggins. they're killed in january '69, and the party in los angeles continues to grow very happenedly so that by the end of -- very rapidly so that by the end of '69 you actually have december 8, 1949, you have a mini war on 41st and central where panthers are defending the offices, um, and the first s.w.a.t. teams, hundreds of police with military weapons are actually bombing the offices and firing, you know, not just from rifles, but from carriers into the building. and they hold off the attack for six hours. here's major mobilization. this is just to give you -- look at the faces. these are not panthers or even potential panthers, many of these folks, in the picture at the bottom rallying after this attack. over 10,000 people rallying, many of them are middle-aged, many actually have more moderate politics. here's some of the prisoners from the l.a. shootout. this is seattle. fred hampton, very vibrant leader from chicago, is assassinated in his bed by
at the muffler shop. michael lives in the area and knows the. >> john: -- knows the johnson family. the didn't hassle -- >> marcus was a sweet kid. and i know that his dad loved him very much. >> probably the best person to be around most of the time. he was always nice and nice to talk to. reporter: michael said is sat but will continue to race. johnson had his own close call two years ago, his car flipped over during a race but johnson was unhurt. chase johnson was not hurt in the accident, and no one else on the racetrack was injured. thual ya -- the shakes -- sheriff's department is investigating. >> new tonight at 6:00, four people suffered minor injuries after a small pickup truck slammed into a thrift store in vallejo this afternoon. firefighters evacuated at least 40 people from the store. the impact knocked out a large portion of the store's front doors and windows. and also sent merchandise flying. >> right now we have a building engineer evaluating for structural damage and we have a contractor coming out to shore it up and make repairs. >> carolyn: paramedics treated the driver.
for everybody and get rid of all of the relics of john forester and the vehicular bicyclists or those who want to travel or who are advocate of the speed cyclists but realize in the netherlands the average piece of cycling is 12 miles an hour. that's enough because already you're faster than the cars and it makes cycling at reach for everybody. and that's one thing that is important, realize that it's not actual safety but perceived safety what makes people cycle. if people feel safe, and i can guarantee you that a lot of people will not feel safe on a bicycle lane where they could easily get doored or if they are just a little less bit concentrated or make strange movements, they will be in the car traffic and they will be run over. so think about that it will be a lot better idea to remove the parked cars away from the sidewalk and have your bicycle path then between the parked cars and the pavement. i guarantee you that's all people who are latent cyclists will feel much safer. can have the children also on these poik paths where i can guarantee you a lot of parents won't have their childre
. >> california state controller john chung ruled san jose officials illegally transferred land, set aside for the ballpark. the redevelopment agency just before the government dissolves the department. >> they just have a's or city lease it back. >> during a meeting the a's owner laid out his face for the aren't team needs to move south to survive. >> our zbol hopefully to come to the one site that we have discovered, the thing that we can relocate in downtown san jose. >> the mayor defends transfer asks vows the city will secure the land for a paul bark. >> all clear tonight. golden gate park after a hand grenade was found this afternoon. >> a man using a metal detector found what appears to be an old explosive near mallard lake near martin luther king drive. it's no more and no longer a threat. >> employees are asking for help to identify a man who assaulted a woman then tried to kidnap her. police say a man that looks like this attacked a woman the man described as five 10, 200 pounds grabbed a woman ask tried to choke her, she escaped and ran to a parking lot chased by at tacker. -- a
? may i introduce the university of florida gulf coast eagles. hang on a minute. john thompson. second seed, they picked the wrong night to run with these guys. here's one of the several daggers. a little schoolyard, brett, they win by 10. the school has only been around since 1997. i'm not kidding. bruce webber's kansas state wildcats saying bye bye. la salle inside. 13 seed explores by 18. in case they came back, but angel rodriguez show
to force their weather people out into it. joe johns of cnn was covering the storm from a sidewalk in winchester, virginia, when his brain froze over, causing him to provide us with our unintentional joke of the day. >> how many inches? >> i did not bring a ruler, but i can tell you just between looking at it, we're somewhere between four and five inches right here. [ cheers and applause ]
. officers sealed off the area and began searching house-to-house. john win's insurance company shares the parking lot. win says the victim has a 10-year-old sob. . >> it's very depressing for the young child to know his mom is no longer with us. >> reporter: and the woman died at the hospital 30 minutes after she was stabbed. this is san jose's tenth homicide of the year. >> a long-time bay area baseball coach has turned himself in. our cameras caught up with 52-year-old joel kaufman. he was leaving jail this morning after posting bail. he was booked on six felony and misdemeanor charges. >> he said you'll get my comments in a few weeks. he coached in palo alto, san jose. police are investigating if there are more alleged victims. >> several employees could face charges for failing to report sex abuse by a teacher. he turns himself into police last month after prosecutors charged him with child molestation for engaging in sex acts with under-aged girls. state law mandates that public and private employees dealing with children report any suspicion of abuse orr neglect. >>> not at 11:0
. john alston is live on north first street. >> reporter: san jose's tenth homicide of the year took place not far from the santa clara government building. they have ended their door-to-door search and we talked to the young man who tried to save the 29-year-old woman. >> the brutal stabbing happened in broad daylight just after 2:30 in the afternoon in a parking lot next to the togo sachbd witch shop. he was eating there and rushed out to help the woman who was slashed on her neck and arms. >> i held her head up and kept pressure on it. can you give me any name and she couldn't really took. >> he was covered in blood when paramedics arrived. >> it was horrible for her to have to die that way. by me being there it wasn't that bad way to die. >> he was doing handy work and had to convince police he was not the killer. real culprit hopped a fence and ran through the neighborhood where they found blood in front of some homes. >> we've been told to stay in our house and with doors and windows locked. >> police went door to door checking dozens of houses, garages and other possible hidin
to death a few blocks from the santa clara county sheriff's office and the jail. john live on is live on north first street. >> reporter: san jose's tenth homicide of the year took place not far from the santa clara government building. they have ended their door-to-door search and we talked to the young man who tried to save the 29-year-old woman. >> the brutal stabbing happened in broad daylight just after he a the afternoon in a parking lot next to the togo sachbd witch shop. he was eating there and rushed out to help the woman who was slashed on her neck and arms. >> i held her head up and kept pressure on it. can you give me any name and she couldn't really took. >> he was covered in blood when paramedics arrived. >> it was horrible for her to have to die that way. by me being there it wasn't that bad way he was >> he was doing handy work and had to convince police he was not the killer. real culprit hopped a fence and ran through the neighborhood where they found blood in front of some homes. >> we've been told to stay in our house and with doors and windows locked. >> police we
. brian moore, nbc news, washington. >>> u.s. secretary of state john kerry made a stop in iraq today. kerry med with iraq's prime minister for what was described as a very spirited discussion. they talked about iraq's delegate and preparing for upcoming elections. >> we all want to see iraq succesuc succe succeed. such an. the world has an interest in seeing iraq take a leading role in the region as a functning democracy. >> the talk also focused on iraq granting iran access to its air space. u.s. officials believe iranian jets are carrying weapons and fighters to support the syrian government. iran and iraq have claimed the flights are for humanitarian purposes. >>> still ahead, thousands on hand as pope francis celebrated his first palm sunday mass. but you might be surprised by his message today. >>> plus, rita moreno making an appearance as an east bay theater during a screening of one of her oscar-award winning classics. >>> a warm day in the bay area today. we managed mid 70s for highs. one of the changes we're seeing tonight, ahead of spring showers, coming back into the forec
is survived by his wife, parents, and sister. >>> happening right now secretary of state john kerry is making a surprise visit to afghanistan. he arrived a short time sag for an unannounced visit with president hamid karzai. he is concerned he may be jeopardizing ogress in the war against extremists. the transfer ceremony was originally scheduled to take place two weeks ago during chuck hagel's first visit. but negotiations broke down whether the u.s. would have the power to block the release of some detainees. an agreement reached over the weekend will give them the power to veto the release of the prisoners. >>> the 449 million project took about seven years to finish. the tunnels along highway 1 and pacifica and half-moon bay are the first to be built in california in 50 years. it will allow drivers to avoid that section of highway that is known for landslides. >>> crews are getting ready for the big electronic toll switch. crews will hang an electronic sign at the toll plaza today. and early wednesday morning the sign will be turned on and drivers will no longer stop. during the first day
. >>> happening right now secretary of state john kerry is making a surprise visit to afghanistan. he arrived a short time sag for an unannounced visit with president hamid karzai. he is concerned he may be jeopardizing progress in the war against extremists. the transfer ceremony was originally scheduled to take place two weeks ago during chuck hagel's first visit. but negotiations broke down whether the u.s. would have the power to block the release of some detainees. an agreement reached over the weekend will give them the power to veto the release of the prisoners. >>> the 449 million project took about seven years to finish. the tunnels along highway 1 and pacifica and half-moon bay are the first to be built in california in 50 years. it will allow drivers to avoid that section of highway that is known for landslides. >>> crews are getting ready for the big electronic toll switch. crews will hang an electronic sign at the toll plaza today. and early wednesday morning the sign will be turned on and drivers will no longer stop. during the first days of th
forget away vehicle and they are trying to figure out if the shooting was gang related. >>> john kerry made a surprise visit to help end the fighting in syria. they are asking them to stop flying planes to syria and right now they are only carrying humanitarian aid. he is urging leaders to overcome differences and the recent uptake in violence. >> we all want to see iraq succeed and such an enormous treasure of our people, and our money in this initiative is involved. >> the iraq wall killed 190,000 people and 70% of u.s. members cost 2.2 trillion dollars. >>> they debated as last minute negotiations were underway trying to hammer out a bailout agreement. it would have is taken almost 7% from small savers and 10% from larger investors and they are trying to save so they can qualify for the rescue loan package in other countries. >>> hundreds took to the treats and they are recalling gees' entry to jerusalem. one man that took part said this week is an important time to creating a world of peace and love. palm sunday marks the end on easter. >>
to american citizenship for 11 million people. they packed the episcopal church of saint john the evangelist in the mission district. the crowd listened to the callgo co america's immigration system broken. one young woman hopes a clear path to citizenship will allow her a chance to put her journalism to greater work. >> a lot of people are working hard to get a career and they want to provide for their fa family and once you graduate from college, it is hard to work legally in the country. and that becomes a big stepping block in order to move forward. >> the san francisco organizing project says two-thirds of undocumented immigrants have been in the u.s. for more than a decade. >>> we are seeing some changes come our way. let's check in now with meteorologist leigh glaser and live doppler 7hd. >> well, at least we get one more dry day before the rain returns across the bay area. already starting to see some clouds. these are mainly high clouds. live doppler 7hd is not picking up moisture out there. but the clouds are starting to move in, and they will greet you tomorrow morning and they wi
: bike riders are thrilled to be able to board whenever they want. john coal usually can't go straight home after work because his bike isn't allowed on board at that time. >> makes me wait another 20 minutes. about kind of hard. >>reporter: bart tried allowing bike on friday last august and resulted in a dead tie. >> we had 37 percent opposed to change the rules. and 37 percent for changing the rules. so that's why bart needs the second test. >>reporter: officials highly recommend that riders participate in the survey after this test week. saying the bart board will pay close attention to rider feedback. >> i think they really want to see how this test week goes but we do have many board members that are passionate about bike just as our cyclist are. >>reporter: input really could help break a tie in this situation so bart has an on line survey to parts in or phone number to call. all that information is on our web site. survey available until april third. this is abc 7 fuss. >> launched then months ago but officials are already trying to figure out how to keep the ferry servi
of life. the latest attack is something they say they've never seen before. john sasaki shows us what the vandals did and what the business owners are calling for. >> reporter: 17th street in oakland bustles with diners and shoppers during the day. sometimes at night different visitors come. >> the glue was sprayed into the lock. into this lock. >> reporter: over the weekend someone filled every door lock and padlock with glue. even hitting this access box. >> this is something that someone would have had to brought something with them. >> reporter: there's been plenty of vandalism. >> they do a mess every day we found and they cut the awning. >> reporter: police told me they received no reports. >> if a lot of security walking around in the daytime and they care, they do what they can. but we need somebody walking around and doing something at night. >> reporter: reverend who owns a clothing store is looking for help elsewhere we need the hell's angels. we need the black panthers. we need whoever can come out here and keep us from having to close our doors because of this vandalism.
've never seen before. john sasaki shows us what the vandals did and what the business owners are calling for. >> reporter: 17th street in oakland bustles with diners and shoppers during the day. sometimes at night different visitors come. >> the glue was sprayed into the lock. into this lock. >> reporter: over the weekend someone filled every door lock and padlock with glue. even hitting this access box. >> this is something that someone would have had to brought something with them. >> reporter: there's been plenty of vandalism. >> they do a mess every day we found and they cut the awning. >> reporter: police told me they received no reports. >> if a lot of security walking around in the daytime and they care, they do what they can. but we need somebody walking around and doing something at night. >> reporter: reverend who owns a clothing store is looking for help elsewhere we need the hell's angels. we need the black panthers. we need whoever can come out here and keep us from having to close our doors because of this vandalism. >> reporter: something has to change. >> we've toll rated
the official end of the pup season in may. the 24 hour seal camera was set up in john so in which in januay so the public could watch the seals give birth. >> kate middleton is in a unique situation where people were so surprised to see the royals this morning. >> trading is underway on wall street. here is a look at the dow which is rallying and up 82 points. we will go live to jane king at the new york stock exchange. >> the blame game is on after lulu lemon pulls see through yoga pants off the >> novato, oakland, sunnyvale and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> we will check with a look at what is coming up on "good morning america" at 7:00. paula? >> good morning, kristen and eric. i am jealous of that weather forecast but it is great to be with you. on "good morning america" we are learning more of the foiled massacrement at the university of central florida. we have a heart pounding video as police burst into the attacker's room on sunday night. too much information? c.v.s. is requiring employees to report their weight and body fat if they want to get the company health insurance. if
in vallejo today. lockdown after a report of a man with a rifle. ktvu's john sasaki tells us why the reported gunman was familiar to police, and why his death is still a mystery. >> reporter: a conflict between police and a man with a gun has shattered the peace in vallejo today. >> the hard, there's a whole bunch of shots. >> reporter: this started when police received calls of a man with a rifle standing outside of a house on illinois street. >> i know the man, very nice people. >> officers rushed to the scene, including from surrounding agencies, locked out the area, and started negotiating with the man. >> as we were working on this, and trying to get him to give up peacefully, he came to the front of the residence, broke a window out with a shotgun and pointed it at the officers. the officers fired on the man. >> we heard police on the bull horn outside. i looked out the window, and seen all the police and the commotion. they let off like 50, 60 rounds. >> reporter: that woman says she just moved in across the street three weeks ago after leaving west oakland. >> why did you leave west o
with a rifle. ktvu's john sasaki tells us why the reported gunman was familiar to police, and why his death is still a mystery. >> reporter: a conflict between police and a man with a gun has shattered the peace in vallejo today. >> the hard, there's a whole bunch of shots. >> reporter: this started when police received calls of a man with a rifle standing outside of a house on illinois street. >> i know the man, very nice people. >> officers rushed to the scene, including from surrounding agencies, locked out the area, and started negotiating with the man. >> as we were working on this, and trying to get him to give up peacefully, he came to the front of the residence, broke a window out with a shotgun and pointed it at the officers. the officers fired on the man. >> we heard police on the bull horn outside. i looked out the window, and seen all the police and the commotion. they let off like 50, 60 rounds. >> reporter: that woman says she just moved in across the street three weeks ago after leaving west oakland. >> why did you leave west oakland? >> for a better place to live for my kids
. >> reporter: but land ownership is again the problem. today, state controller john chung ruled they made the move after the deadline. so the land must be sold, with the money going mainly to school districts and other agencies that benefit from property tax. >> all of those agencies now must get in sync, and agree to the fact that the ballpark is an important asset, that would benefit all of them. >> reporter: wolf seemed to be making that argument when he discussed the benefits of the ballpark. >> it's a regional impact. it's sad when we don't look at it in a regional way. >> reporter: today the san jose mayor expressed disappointment, but still ruled that it was valid. >>> a san mateo county man who was tased by a national park ranger filed a lawsuit today against the federal government. gary hesterberg of montero is seeking half a million dollars in damages. he was walking his dogs in the golden gate national recreational area near montero last year, when rangers shot him with a stun gun. the parks service claims hesterberg was uncooperative, and gave a fake name when one of the range
the problem. today, state controller john chung ruled they made the move after the deadline. so the land must be sold, with the money going mainly to school districts and other agencies that benefit from property tax. >> all of those agencies now must get in sync, and agree to the fact that the ballpark is an important asset, that would benefit all of them. >> reporter: wolf seemed to be making that argument when he discussed the benefits of the ballpark. >> it's a regional impact. it's sad when we don't look at it in a regional way. >> reporter: today the san jose mayor expressed disappointment, but still ruled that it was valid. >>> a san mateo county man who was tased by a national park ranger filed a lawsuit today against the federal government. gary hesterberg of montero is seeking half a million dollars in damages. he was walking his dogs in the golden gate national recreational area near montero last year, when rangers shot him with a stun gun. the parks service claims hesterberg was uncooperative, and gave a fake name when one of the rangers confronted him about having the dog off lee
this ongoing search and we will keep you posted on any new developments. >>> john cardinale passed away on wednesday after a two year battle with gastric cancer. the raceway spokesperson says that cardinale was a friend, a fine human -- and as fine of a human being you would ever know. >>> the cal women are in the hunt. rob roth is live with the growing excitement at cal. >> reporter: on telegraph avenue you see berkeley is just up the street and at pappy sports bar and grill they're flying the school's colors getting ready for tomorrow's big college games. the men and womens. berkeley may be reknowned for its academic program but it's basketball that's in the spotlight right now. with the men'sbasketball team advanced in las vegas, the following is growing. >> around campus there's some buzz. >> a lot of people are ripping cal and talking about the team so it's fun to be around. >> reporter: tomorrow's game against syracuse in san jose is sold out. tickets are going from $100 for nosebleed seeds to $2,000 to sit court side. stub hub says it's been one of the most sought after tickets
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